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Debit Fee Cuts Could Boost Credit Card Use-Fed

SEP 23, 2011 3:36pm ET

New regulations reducing debit card interchange fees are causing some banks to charge customers more for using debit cards, which could drive consumers to increase their use of credit cards, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

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